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Dell Inspiron M5030 review

December 31st, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments


Dell is a successful brand in computer market with huge successful track record. Often Dell would be the choice for many people while shopping for a laptop. It is quite imperative to know about Dell Inspiron M5030 before shopping for a best laptop. This laptop is powered through AMD processor along with AMD Vision technology. This laptop is a combined facility to deal with daily computing needs and multimedia needs successfully.

This Dell Inspiron M5030 is powered by 2.1 GHz AMD Athlon II P320 dual-core mobile processor, which works together with ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4250 graphics with AMD M880G+SB820M Chipset family. The Athlon ii P320 at 2.1 GHz clock frequency will give out moderate level of performance, which should be enough for your daily home and computing needs. You should be able to browse internet, use emails, spreadsheets, word processors and your other common programs with relatively fast speed. You can even run your video processing and compression, and you should be fine if you do it occasionally. However, if you perform tasks that need very heavy processing power ( for example compiling a lot of program, high end gaming, video compression, professional CAD software) , we recommend that you look for notebooks with processors that has some more horse power – Intel core i5 or the AMDs Phenom ii could be better – but then they will be expensive.

Its 15.6-inch screen is truly captivating with HD LED TruLife Screen at 720p (1366×768). Its hard disk drive is 320 GB and has a possibility to expand it up to 500 GB. This laptop’s 4 GB DDR is upgradeable up to 6 GB DDR RAM. There is no need to mention its 6-cell lithium battery 0.3 MP webcam with Microphone and built-in speakers.

The Dell Inspiron M5030’s classic black styling frame in 1.48-inch front and 1.58-inch back height dimension are quite impressive. Its full-size ergonomic keyboard is designed in a way it can be practical and with attractive style for a user.

Its some more standard features includes as multi-format card reader, DVD burner, Dell audio with 2 speakers @1 W ea, 802.11n Wi-Fi, USB port, eSATA and HDMI connections. This laptop runs Windows 7 Home premium 64 bit version.

Dell Inspiron M5030 Pros

– Relatively inexpensive, acceptable performance for the price it is offered
– Nice LED backlit screen
– Comes with inbuild webcam


Dell Inspiron M5030 Cons

– Could be short of processing power for your high end computing needs

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